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One of the most discussed and expected films of the world of anime and manga, "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" has undoubtedly achieved a huge commercial success and continues to collect it a month after its official debut in Japanese cinemas. For those who don't know, the film is written by Akira Toriyama. He has also worked on the characters in the movie.

According to ComicBook, the animated film, produced by Toei Animation, has officially landed in the United States. The movie was also released in IMAX version on the first day of its release. Thanks to Funimation now "Dragon Ball Super: Broly [VIDEO]" is also available for American fans and their reactions have not been slow to appear on the various social forums.

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There are many photos of the long-awaited event that fans shared on Twitter. Fans know well that the anime movie will also explore the past of the Saiyan and the origins of slavery imposed by Lord Freezer. This also means that we will see the sacrifice of a known warrior, but it seems that there will be some differences from the history fans have known for years.

Spoilers for 'DBS Broly'

Stop reading here if you do not want to run into some small spoilers in the plot of the film. In particular, I refer to the heroic sacrifice of Bardak, narrated in the TV special titled "Dragon Ball Z: The Origins of Myth." Fans mostly know the story of Kakaroth's father, who after discovering Freeza 's plan for the extermination of the Saiyans, decided to challenge him in a courageous fight.

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It seems that there will be no room to focus on Bardak's sacrifice, as the film will only show us the moment when the emperor threw the Supernova against the planet Vegeta, pulverizing all the Saiyans present on the globe. Among these, we will also see a battered Bardak, who will try to stop the ball with a shot of energy. On the other hand, even if we do not see all the "courageous" sides of Bardak, the film will reserve him some space, adapting the events narrated

'Broly' to release in the UK on 23 January

With record income earned in Central America and Latin America (over $20 million), and the incredible numbers in Japan (with Toei Animation securing the five billion yen quota for the end of programming, which goes on from a month), nobody will deny that, at least as a commercial operation, "Dragon Ball Super: Broly [VIDEO]" is a success across the board.

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